I wanted to wrap up the year with a Christmas story, but wasn't sure. Richard Curtis romcom or folk horror? I think you can guess which.
It always feels weird when people give my books as Christmas presents. Apart from LAST CHRISTMAS, they're light on joy and festive fun.
I had a one-way encounter just now that perfectly encapsulated my frustrations with much of the human race.
No, that's not a typo, and no, this site hasn't been hijacked. T LX DZCCJ is the title of November's 12STORIES entry.
As promised, the final AUTUMN short story is here. We humans are good at overestimating our importance. BARELY A SOUND is a response to that.
This story is about the emotions of looking back and looking forward, and thinking about THE THINGS WE CAN'T DO ANYMORE.
Two new connected AUTUMN stories for you today (and you definitely shouldn't read WHERE'S WALLY until you've read AUTUMN: EXODUS).
Autumn: The London Trilogy by David Moody - omnibus edition out now - three full novels and seven bonus short stories.
I spent a great couple of hours chatting with Michael David Wilson about his new book alongside our mutual buddy Dan Howarth.